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Pronunciation: [pɹəspˈɛktəs] (IPA)

A prospectus is a formal written proposal or report that outlines the details of a proposed project, business venture, or financial offering. Synonyms for prospectus include proposal, plan, scheme, program, outline, synopsis, summary, abstract, and blueprint. These terms all refer to a written document that provides information and details about a specific idea or project. A proposal typically outlines a plan of action, while a program provides a step-by-step guide to achieving a specific goal. A summary, on the other hand, is a brief overview of a larger document or report, while a blueprint refers to a detailed plan of action or design for a project or structure.

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Usage examples for Prospectus

The impressario desirous of running an operatic theatre must submit his prospectus to the box-holders at the same time he submits it to the municipality from which he wishes to obtain his contract, and of course, his subsidy.
"The Operatic Problem"
William Johnson Galloway
If you don't believe it read our prospectus!
"Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero"
F. Hopkinson Smith
Then he decided to lead gradually up to it, concealing the best part of the story-the prospectus and how it was to be braced-until the last.
"Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero"
F. Hopkinson Smith

Famous quotes with Prospectus

  • She would have come from Paradise and complained to God that the apple wasn’t a winesap at all, but a great big pulpy Washington Delicious; and after the Ark she would have said that there had not been the animals, the spring rains, and the nice long ocean-voyage the prospectus from the travel agency had led her to expect—and that she had been at not finding on Mount Ararat Prometheus.
    Randall Jarrell
  • Stamping around, waiting, I cursed England aloud, hands dug deep into pockets, dancing to the wind that knocked in vain at the Sunday shops. Cigarette-packets, football fixtures, bus-tickets sailed by in dust-ghosts of Saturday. A woman with a puce face and a blancmange-coloured prayer-book was waiting also for The Priest and Pig, and she looked puce disapproval at me. Twenty minutes late, the bus yawned in from town, near-empty, and it swallowed us in a gape of Sunday ennui. So we sundayed along, rattling and creaking in Sunday hollowness, I upstairs, tearing my elevenpenny ticket while I read the prospectus of Winter Commercial Classes stuck on the window.
    Anthony Burgess

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